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It seems Npower Boss, Chief Executive Paul Massara is happy to blame everyone else for the high energy bills except his company and other companies who seem to be making a huge profit at our expense. One minute Mr Massara is blaming the government, claiming they could reduce energy bills by another £90 if they wanted to, and now he is blaming parents and children for household energy bills being so high. We have heard of pass the parcel but it seems the Npower Boss has invented a new party game called pass the buck by blaming children and their parents for high household energy bills. According to the Npower boss, children should learn to turn off lights; TVs and iPods to help reduce energy bills and according to Paul Massara, parents should teach them. Mr Massara caused outcry when he said householders were to blame for high energy bills […]

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Some Conservative MPs believe the high energy bills that the UK public are being forced to pay could become an election disaster, leaving the chances of the Conservatives getting into power for a second term very slim. It is not just some politicians who believe this, political experts do not believe the Conservatives will get in power again due to the high cost of living, and now it seems npower chief executive Paul Massara could have made certain the next government is a Labour One. Chief Executive Paul Massara, has blamed the government for the high energy bills and has claimed the government could reduce energy bills by £90 a year, but only if they wanted to. The government announced in December that tariffs loaded on to bills for green subsidies would be reduced but Paul Massara believes the government could do a lot more. Mr Massara has claimed that […]

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The Chief Executive of Npower, Mr Massara has been very busy this week blaming everyone except his energy company on the high cost of energy bills that the consumer is being forced to pay. First of all he blamed the government, saying another £90 could be knocked off the household bill if David Cameron and his government wanted to, next came the blame on parents and their children for bills being so high, and now he is blaming draughty houses. It seems Mr Massara really believes everyone else is to blame for the rise in energy bills and the huge profit that Npower make, except himself. A spokesman for freepricecompare.com the popular energy comparison site which has seen more people than ever before use their site to see if they could save on their energy bills, has said the Npower boss could not just blame draughty houses for the increase […]

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In the news all we are seeing now is Energy companies announcing they are increasing our bills, what they like to keep quiet is how much they are making in profits at our misery. SSE have now announced they expect to make £1.54bn this year after they increased energy bills by 8.2pc. The latest company to hit the headlines do not feel ashamed at their profits, even though the company will be making £1.54bn, the customers who have not changed their energy company by using a comparison site such as freepricecompare.com, are using less energy, which means SSE customers are paying more for less energy, something that could be avoided if they compared energy suppliers to find a better deal. SSE who was the first to increase their household bills claimed they were sorry but had no other option due to the rising costs that were involved in supplying energy […]

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Energy Guide by FreePriceCompare.com The best Standard rate electricity tariffs Many of us what simplicity in life, standard electricity plan office that – it makes your bills easy to read, but comes at a price. Standard electric tariffs Most electricity providers will offer a standard rate tariff. The standard rate tariff is designed for people who work 9-5 and as a result is the most popular of tariffs. The average standard rate tariff is significantly higher in cost the discounted or fixed rate deals. At FreePriceCompare.com, we ask customers to avoid standard rate tariffs, but to instead opt for discounted or fixed rate deals. Standard rate tariffs, important things to look for When comparing standard rate electricity tariffs, pay particular attention to the unit rates – which is measured in pence per kilowatt hour. Some standard rate tariffs will come with a standing charge others will not. The tariffs without […]

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Energy Guide by FreePriceCompare.com Energy performance certificates Domestic or commercial properties that are available to rent or buy in the UK must carry an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). It allows for, amongst other things, the analysis of heating and lighting of a property. EPC’s display much like the multi-coloured sticker on an appliance and it reflects the energy efficiency rating of a property. An A grade shows the most efficient and a G grade for the least efficient property. The EPC will let the user of the building know what the costs will be to light and heat the property and the carbon dioxide emissions implications. EPC’s also provide guidelines to achieve a higher rating, which mean energy efficiency and cost efficiency, can be achieved. Please note, EPCs are valid for 10 years, after which a new one must be ordered as the assessors will re-examine the property. If you’re […]

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Energy Guide by FreePriceCompare.com How beneficial will a price freeze be if labour wins the next election? Ed Milliband has promised at the Labour conference if Labour wins the next election, that the party will freeze energy prices for 20 months. That pledge has come under severe criticisms from large and surprisingly small suppliers too. Following announcement by Ed Milliband several small suppliers echoed that there should be more competition in the energy market place. Ovo’s founder and MD, Stephen Fitzpatrick said: “I don’t think more government intervention is the answer. We believe very strongly that the consumer needs to see a better choice, a better range of energy companies in the market. That’s what’s really going to help keep prices down for customers.” Chief executive of First Utility, Ian McCaig also said greater competition will help consumers get better deals. Adding, “not only will this help more households move […]

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